There are some situations that require you to place your trust in private investigators. Even if calling the police is your first instinct when you’re in trouble, working with PIs give you an advantage. PIs are comfortable operating in the shadows, and gather highly accurate data without drawing any attention. Their skills are perfect for protecting your own interests, as well as reveal individuals who are causing suspicions. If you are looking for professionals who are in this kind of field in Uptown Manhattan, contact North American Investigations (NAI).
NAI is Ready to Take on Your Case
NAI has various ways to conduct an investigation. Depending on what your situation calls for, we will perform any of the following services:
- Infidelity private investigations
- Child custody investigations
- Missing person(s) investigations
- Background investigations
- Fraud investigations
- And many many more!
NAI is perfect for all types of cases. We can protect the reputation of corporations and businesses of any size, law firms, insurance companies, and citizens who need help. NAI is not afraid to take risks, as we can conduct our investigations in local, national, or international soil. We have offices located in New York and Long Island.
When You’re Ready, Give us a Call
If you believe that your personal or professional life is being threatened by suspicious individuals/activities, give us a call. Once we receive your case, you’ll have a one-on-one consultation with our Chief Investigator, Darrin Giglio. He’ll discuss what investigative procedure we’ll use for your case, and assure you that we are on call 24/7. You may choose not to have this meeting, for it is non-obligatory and at no cost.
About Uptown Manhattan
The area of Uptown Manhattan may not be a popular tourist spot in New York, but the neighborhood does have a number of unique attractions. Some of these places include Grant’s Tomb, Riverside Park, Fort Tryon Park, Sakura Park, Riverbank State Park, and the Apollo Theater.
During the late 19th century, Upper Manhattan experienced what you call an “urban sprawl”. Thanks to the IRT Ninth Avenue Line and elevated railroads built in that time, the neighborhood eventually gained a residential status. What makes Upper Manhattan different from the other areas of New York is that, it was less influenced by the gentrification until the late 20th century.